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File photo of Pakistan's PM Imran Khan with its Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa | @peaceforchange | Twitter

Pakistan’s peace offer came with fine print. Optimistic Indians failed to read it

Pakistan Army draws its extra constitutional powers by demonising India. It won't accept any change in public perception that could dispel Rawalpindi’s narrative.
Bajwa and Pakistan Army

Gen Bajwa wanted a ‘paradigm shift’ with India, but Pakistan military isn’t ready

India and Pakistan have begun to talk but they have not arrived at the moment when it becomes possible to imagine anchoring peace.
Pakistan Consulate General in New York acknowledges passed of the resolution on 6 February

Pakistan keeps making bad decisions with India. Its insecurity is hurting peace

France-Germany and US-Canada are proof that India and Pakistan can become allies — if only they can find a common threat.
File image of the Pakistani military establishment, headed by Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa | @OfficialDGISPR | Twitter

Bajwa’s change of heart on India isn’t enough. All of Pakistani military must be on board

Could the complex India-Pakistan relationship be settled during army chief Qamar Bajwa's tenure even if everyone trusted each other and there were no spoilers?
Pak PM Imran Khan

Why army backing is vital for Imran Khan to win confidence vote tomorrow

For the army, which has ruled Pakistan for about half of its existence since independence, Khan represents stability as the economy recovers from the pandemic-induced contraction.
National Security Adviser Ajit Doval | File photo: ANI

Doval using insurgents to distract Islamabad from Kashmir — retd Pakistan Air Force officer

In an article titled ‘Doval’s dirty war’, retired Pakistan Air Vice Marshal Shahzad Chaudhary alleges that the scrapping J&K's special status was the handiwork of India's NSA.
File image of the Pakistani military establishment, headed by Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa | @OfficialDGISPR | Twitter

Pakistan Army’s Ayub Khan moment — find ways to rule without being seen as ruling

Even if the opposition parties fail to immobilise the Imran Khan government, Pakistan Army chief Qamar Bajwa’s political role will force him to engage with an opposition he despises.
Maryam Nawaz

Pakistani women have led democracy protests. Can Maryam Nawaz do it now?

Imran Khan, another divisive world leader, is more interested in incarcerating political opponents than delivering for the people.
File image of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan | Photo: ANI via Reuters

The writing is on the wall: Pakistan’s Imran Khan govt is on the edge of collapse

The army has always wanted an increased role in managing politics in Pakistan. Imran Khan’s ministers are giving it just that.
File photo of Pakistan's PM Imran Khan with its Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa | @peaceforchange | Twitter

If Pakistan wants cure to Covid economy, it can’t define itself as national security state

Pakistan’s response to Covid-19 shows it prioritises its strategic relationship with China over its own people or economy.

On Camera

Representational image of a BJP rally in West Bengal | Photo: ANI

Bhadralok and the myth of casteless West Bengal politics

Mamata Banerjee tried to mitigate the impact of Muslim marginalisation but it was resisted by the BJP, resulting in the communalisation of political discourse.

Now Walmart to build massive warehouse in India with billionaire Gautam Adani

The partnership marks the entry of Adani into the three-way fight for domination of India’s online shopping space. Up against the Walmart-Adani alliance is Amazon & Reliance Industries.

Defence

Representational image. | A file photo of a UPEIDA board meeting. | Photo: Twitter/@upeidaofficial

67 MoUs, 22 deals signed, 17 given land — UP defence corridor project racing after 2 years

Response from foreign manufacturers has been lukewarm. But three big names including Tata Technologies have lined up to invest.

Why mosques in rear view mirror, like Kashi’s Gyanvapi, can crash India’s drive into future

Court’s order to ASI to survey Gyanvapi Mosque for remains of old Kashi Vishwanath Temple questions the optimism that Ayodhya wouldn’t be repeated.